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Job Openings

Bilingual English/Spanish Housing Counselor

Southeast CDC is seeking a full time Bilingual English/Spanish Housing Counselor. We are seeking a team player with financial education and/or housing counseling background that is ready to educate and help clients achieve the dream of homeownership. Our counselors strive to build a strong rapport with clients and create a climate where people are comfortable sharing personal information. The goal of a counselor is to coach, empower and connect clients to services and tools which will create a financially secure future.

Education: Associates or 2 year post high school education required.
Bachelors preferred.

Bilingual English/Spanish required. Must be able to speak and write both languages.

Financial Coaching and/or Housing Counseling Experience a plus.

HUD Certification a plus.

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YouthWorks Crew Supervisor

In partnership with the Mayor’s YouthWorks program and several non-profits in Southeast Baltimore, the Southeast CDC provides neighborhood youth with community-based work experience, job and life skills training and community engagement experience in the summer months to prepare them for future employment.

This Summer Employment Program is a part of the Southeast Youth Collaborative, a group of nine organizations that provides meaningful work experiences in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development’s YouthWorks program, employment training, enrichment, and community engagement for older youth living in Southeast Baltimore.

The Crew Supervisor’s role is to manage a group of 10 YouthWorkers in a clear, respectful, and positive manner. The Supervisor will also thoughtfully plan, implement, and oversee a variety of projects with youth in the Greater Highlandtown area.

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Banner Neighborhoods
Outreach Coordinator: Senior Programs

Our friends at Banner Neighborhoods are hiring an outreach coordinator who will conduct outreach and case management for older residents in the Greater Patterson Park area, supporting them in obtaining home repair, legal services, transportation assistance, home safety improvements, and other items listed below. Candidate will develop specific strategies to enlarge the number of older residents served.  For the full job description,  click here.

Banner Neighborhoods Community Corporation and Southeast Youth Collaborative: Older Youth Employment Coordinator

The Southeast Youth Jobs Collaborative (SEYC) is a group of nine organizations, including the Southeast CDC, Banner Neighborhoods, Creative Alliance, Friends of Patterson Park, Living Classrooms Foundation, Patterson Park Audubon Center, Breath of God Church, Patterson Park Public Charter School and The Intersection. The Collaborative is implementing a second year of its summer youth employment program in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development’s YouthWorks program. YouthWorks  provides meaningful work experience, employment training, enrichment and community engagement to older youth living in the neighborhoods around Patterson Park.

SEYC is now developing a full-year job readiness program for selected older youth (ages 15-21) who participate in the SEYC 2017 Summer Youth Employment Program.

The Coordinator will oversee the full-year program, which includes a weekly workshop on Fridays from 3:30 to 6:00 PM. The Coordinator will provide coaching, mentorship and family support to enable the  youth in the program to meet their goals.

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We take internships very seriously at the Southeast CDC.  Interns have provided valuable services to us and to many of our partner organizations over the years.  Southeast Baltimore is a wonderful community to work in, and we strive to provide an educational and meaningful experience to all who volunteer here.  We can often find you an internship at a partner organization if we are not able to offer one ourselves.

In general, we do not accept undergraduate interns.  We have made exceptions in the past for specific tasks or projects.  We usually have too much to do, so even if you don’t see a project listed we may be able to use your help.  We like to work with people who love cities, and who understand cities and the diversity of people who live in them.  We have fun, but we need self-motivated, self-directed “people persons” who can get the job done.

If you are interested in an internship at the Southeast Community Development Corporation, please contact Chris Ryer at or 410.342.3234 x 33 to set up an appointment.